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Henry Garling

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Preceded by  Herbert Pratten
Role  Australian Politician
Nationality  Australian
Died  November 19, 1942

Occupation  Solicitor
Succeeded by  Allan McDougall
Name  Henry Garling
Resigned  December 15, 1922
Henry Garling
Political party  Nationalist Party of Australia
Party  Nationalist Party of Australia

Henry Chester-Master Garling (1870 – 19 November 1942) was an Australian politician. Born in Camden, New South Wales, he was educated at state schools before becoming a bank officer. Having studied law, he became a solicitor in 1905. He contested the 1919 federal election as a Nationalist candidate for the Senate, but was unsuccessful. On 15 December 1921, however, when Nationalist Senator Herbert Pratten resigned to contest a by-election in the House of Representatives, Garling was appointed to replace him. He was defeated, however, at the 1922 election, leaving the Senate immediately so that Allan McDougall could continue the rest of Pratten's term. Garling returned to law, and died in 1942.

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